Archives for: December 2013

Dec 10th
2013
Tags: Posted in books, Gift Shop, Kiosk, Past Events

Located inside the museum, the Gift Kiosk is full of unique finds! It includes books by Michael Wallis and other local authors, a large selection of Tulsa-area history books, Route 66 travel guides and memorabilia, and many more.

The Kiosk is open during regular museum hours, and does not require admission fees.

Tues – Sat, 10 – 4


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Dec 9th
2013
Tags: Posted in Events, music at the mansion, Past Events, program


Join THS and Hyechka for a showcase of this year’s performances. Holiday music will also be featured. Afterwards, meet the artists and enjoy cookies and punch.

Thursday, December 19th

1:30 PM

Admission is FREE for THS members/students/children
$5/adults, $3/seniors

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Dec 5th
2013
Tags: Posted in Past Events, Uncategorized

Saturday, December 14th

11:00 AM

Perryman Cemetery

32nd and Utica

The Perryman Cemetery, located at 32nd and Utica, is one of two Tulsa-area cemeteries hosting a Wreaths Across America ceremony Saturday, December 14 at 11 a.m. Ceremonies will also take place at a number of cemeteries across the country during this time. The Tulsa Historical Society, owner of the cemetery property, is working with local chapters of Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW) to present the ceremony.  The Perryman Cemetery is Tulsa’s oldest private cemetery and the historic resting place of Creek Native American soldiers who fought in the Civil War. Notably, one grave belongs to a Creek Chief, Legus Perryman, who served in the war. Please join us during the ceremony as we honor these veterans during a special time of remembrance.

Started at the Arlington National Cemetery in 1992 by Maine wreath store owner, Morrill Worcester, Wreaths Across America is a non-profit organization that coordinates annual wreath laying ceremonies at the graves of veterans across the U.S. Funded solely by donations, the ceremonies serve as a way to remember the nation’s heroes during the holiday season.

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